By supporting the body’s ability to self-heal and self-regulate, Integrative Medicine is health care, rather than symptom care. Using tools from Eastern, Western, and Energy Medicine, this approach aims to identify the root of ill health while empowering the client with a deeper understanding of their own impact on their state of health and ability to heal.


Quantum Medicine embraces the principles of quantum mechanics as they relate to biology, health, and healing. These concepts teach us that our physical universe, including our physical body, is a complex network of energy and vibrational frequency. One of the most important principles comes from Dynamic Systems Theory, which states that everything in this network is connected to and in relationship with every else. This approach to health and healing also embraces the concept of downward causation. Here we see that perception, beliefs, thoughts, expectations, emotions, and energy form a hierarchy of influence that is embodied in the physical. This dynamic viewpoint helps us understand the profound influence of the mind, our emotion, and the energy systems of the body on the physical.

“Energetic approaches can have a major impact in this time of crisis in the healthcare system by providing a sound basis for cost-effective integrative practices. Energy is the currency of all interactions in nature. To leave energetic considerations out of the equations of life and medicine is to ignore some 99% of what is happening. We are just beginning to map the energetic pathways in the body. We just need a way to communicate with these electronic circuits, to turn on the right switches and harness the body’s ability to heal spontaneously. Energetic approaches work quickly and with few side-effects. This is the medicine of the future.”
— James Oschman, Ph.D., Biophysicist


Eastern medicine tells us that health is the ability of an organism to adapt to challenge. Health is attained through flexibility and adaptability of the mind, body, and spirit. This philosophy also honours the relationship between our inner and outer world, and understands the importance of finding and maintaining a harmonious relationship with our environment in order to achieve optimal health.

Western medicine provides us with knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the body, and the understanding that structure and function are dynamically interrelated. When we support one aspect, we support the other. The importance of movement, circulation, and synchronization of function is an underlying principle of this Western approach to restoring health in the physical body. Osteopathic principles expand on these concepts and provide tools to work with the body to help restore motion and release lines of tension, be they physical, mental, or emotional in origin.

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